Acadia National Park hotels and hostels
This 279-site campground, 5 miles south of Bar Harbor, accepts advance reservations for all its sites.
Coach Stop Inn
Five miles outside Bar Harbor and just 2 miles from the main entrance to Acadia National Park, this is the oldest surviving area hostelry. Built in 1804, the inn has five handsomely decorated rooms set on three acres of gardens.
This 210-site campground, 4 miles south of Southwest Harbor, operates mostly on a first-come, first-served basis but accepts some advance reservations.
Kimball Terrace Inn Northeast Harbor
Wonder View Inn
Retro motor lodge with 10 simple rooms and a convenient in-town location.
Bar Harbor Hotel Bluenose Inn
Holiday Inn Bar Harbor (Acadia National Park)
Nine cheery rooms with frill-free decor, a hearty breakfast and innkeepers who make you feel at home are in store at this inn just a short stroll from the town center and waterfront.
Aysgarth Station Inn
On a quiet side street, this 1895 B&B has six cozy rooms with homey touches. Request the Tan Hill room, which is on the 3rd floor, for a view of Cadillac Mountain.
Bar Harbor Hostel
This tidy hostel a mile from Acadia National Park has both men's and women's dorms each with 10 beds, as well as a private room that can sleep up to four people. Reservations are advised.
Hearthside is an elegant Victorian inn with nine inviting rooms, each set with antique and period furnishings, queen-sized beds and artwork adorning the walls. Some rooms have fireplaces, Jacuzzi tubs or a private veranda.
Hidden from the throngs but perfectly situated in the center of town, the 1885 Bass Cottage has 10 handsome rooms, awash with antiques and luxurious linens.